Description

Dropbox is a creative collaboration space designed to reduce busywork, bring your files together in one central place, and safely sync them across all your devices—so you can access them anytime, anywhere. And sending large files is easy, even to people who don’t have a Dropbox account. Features like the doc scanner, shared folders, offline access, and more make collaborating with others simple.

Features:
• Work on files with others through shared folders
• Use the doc scanner to turn receipts, whiteboards, and notes into PDFs
• Comment on files to share feedback with your team
• Sync, share, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files

We'd love to hear from you! Join the Dropbox community: www.dropboxforum.com

We offer a free 30-day trial and in-app purchases for Dropbox Plus. Existing Dropbox Plus customers can also upgrade to Dropbox Professional. Both plans include 1 TB of storage and so much more. The amount will be charged to your iTunes account and will vary by plan and country. You’ll see the total price before completing payment.

Dropbox subscriptions purchased in-app renew monthly or yearly depending on your plan. Plan pricing may vary by country. To avoid renewal, you must turn off auto-renew at least 24 hours before your subscription ends. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Dropbox also offers one-month trials for monthly subscriptions.

Terms of Service: https://www.dropbox.com/pricing_terms
Privacy Policy: https://www.dropbox.com/privacy

What's New

Version 100.2

What’s new:
• Under-the-hood updates for better performance

We release updates regularly, and we’re always looking for ways to make things better. If you have any feedback or run into issues, come find us in our forums. We’re happy to help!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

2.2K Ratings

2.2K Ratings

Editors' Notes

We’d be lost without Dropbox—it’s an indispensable part of our digital toolbox. But for all its usefulness, the thing we appreciate most about this cloud-storage app is how little we have to think about it. Whether we’re sharing documents between devices, uploading photos directly from our camera, or emailing large files to friends, it all just works—seamlessly and effortlessly.

This makes the iPhone the complete mobile office!

dhmmac

* UPDATE: I love this app and it is incredibly useful, however it needs one simple addition to make it great - the ability to list files by date, size, kind etc. Oh and thank you Dropbox for doubling our account capacities at no extra charge. Style and class!

This is the best example of integration between the iPhone and a desktop Mac or PC application. Dropbox is a stunningly well executed solution for data management across machines and platforms. It does exactly what it should and there are some really nice touches. The main Dropbox offerring can be pricey if you take the larger capacity options but then VFM is a relative concept in life. The iPhone app just makes Dropbox even more essential IMHO. The ability to have all my important data on the road with me is just invaluable and in the iPhone for factor it means I don't need to take time out to prepare in advance or lug a laptop around - i just have it all, all the time. I can even email a link to a file for download by other. It's so simple you would think there would be lots of similar solution out there. Dropbox should be an example and inspiration to others how to do it! As an ex US President once said, "It's simple, it's just not easy!"

Good, but not as good as Sugarsync

neilfaulkes

Dropbox has been around for a while and is one of those simple but brilliant concepts that you wonder how you ever managed without. Syncing into the cloud and accessing anywhere is a vital part of many people's lives now. Certainly mine.

There are many companies offering syncing across the web and across PCs. Dropbox providing the capability on iPhone is brilliant. The only problem is, it has already been beat to the iPhone market by Sugarsync with a superior product, for one simple reason.

With Dropbox, you have to create a folder (the box) on your laptop or PC in order to 'drop' the files in that you want to sync. Sugarsync uses your existing file structure and you just right click and select any folder that you want to sync across the web.

Sugarsync - set once and dont ever have to think about it again. All relevant files are synced.
Dropbox - move or copy your files from your everyday file structure into a different one. A compromise and something you have to think about all the time to make sure you get what you want.

Dropbox is a cool app. Try it out, but also try Sugarsync. I have no affiliation with Sugarsync, I am just a happy user and Dropbox introducing this gives me a way to communicate the killer Sugarsync capability by comparison with another major player that doesn't have it.

Subscriptions

Dropbox Plus - Monthly

Get 1 TB (1,000 GB) of space

Free Trial

Information

Seller
Dropbox, Inc.
Size
210.8 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Languages
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Ukrainian
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2018 Dropbox
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Dropbox Plus - Monthly £8.99
  2. Dropbox Plus - Monthly £8.99
  3. Plus – 1 Year £99.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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